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I would like to find a pitch of voice that can be edited to sound as many different kinds of voice, a child, a men, a women, a robot, etc.

For instance, if I record a child's voice and a man with a very deep voice, which is less likely to lose quality when I edit it to change its pitch, or to apply some other sound effects?

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You can use almost any voice today with re-pitching that consider formant.

But a "generic voice" could be a low tenor or high baritone voice.

More on voice types:

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